MSI presented two monitors at once: Oculux NXG251 and Optix MAG491C. The first of them is focused on cyber sportsmen, as its technical characteristics clearly show with a refresh rate of 240 Hz and a response of 0.5 milliseconds.
Game Oculux NXG251 received a 25-inch display with a resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels and support for NVIDIA G-Sync technology, designed to eliminate the picture gap when moving the image. Its main feature is the combination of refresh rate (240 Hz) and an incredibly fast response (0.5 milliseconds – 0.0005 seconds). The e-sports monitor is estimated at $600.
The 49-inch Optix MAG491C has a non-standard aspect ratio for the monitors – 18: 9 (3840 × 1080 pixels). Roughly speaking, it combines two conventional displays with resolutions of 1920 × 1080 pixels placed side by side. Most likely, MSI presented it as an alternative to the simultaneous use of two conventional monitors with a “seam” from the frames between them.
Thanks to the refresh rate of 144 Hz and a response of 3 milliseconds, the Optix MAG491C is suitable not only for work but also for games. This monitor received a price tag of $1000. For comparison, its nearest competitor in the face of Samsung CHG90 (though with a response of 1 millisecond) costs $1,500.
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